Tori Spelling Still Looking for New Home Amid Mold Infestation – Here’s an Update on Her Living Situation

Tori Spelling continues her struggle to find a new home for her family after their previous home was deemed unsafe due to a mold infestation, but she hasn’t been alone in that battle. According to Page Six, Tori’s mother, Candy Spelling, has spent hours helping her daughter find a new home in recent weeks.

The report by Page Six came at a time when Candy was receiving backlash for ignoring her daughter’s struggles – with some people calling her ‘selfish’ and ‘shameful’ for not helping Tori out. According to their source, things are much more complicated than they appear and there’s more to this than meets the eye.

In fact, Candy ended up finding Tori a home and she could’ve moved in, but Tori declined because she ‘wanted to live in a certain place.’ Instead, she has been photographed in various temporary living situations – some more concerning than others – as news of her ‘monetary struggles’ circle the web. 

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Page Six’s source also claimed that one of the major problems throughout all of this is the fact that Tori ‘doesn’t speak to anyone on the phone’ and appears to be ‘trying to make Candy look like the bad guy’ – even though Candy was the one that was paying Tori’s rent and other ‘necessities’ at her previous house.

Things have always been a little rocky between the mother and daughter. In 2009, Candy accused Tori of hastening the death of her father, Aaron Spelling (Candy’s husband), when she stopped speaking to the family for 4-5 years. “And it was sad. That’s what killed my husband, actually,” Candy said at the time. 

Not only that, but Tori Spelling has always struggled financially – which she credits to her spending habits and lack of saving. Things grew even worse when she and her husband of 18 years, Dean McDermott, announced their separation in June. One month later, she was forced to move out due to the mold issue. 

Over the past month, Tori and her five children – Liam, 16, Stella, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 6 – have stayed in several concerning locations – including a $100/night motel, a friend’s house, and, more recently, an RV (which Tori is describing as a mini vacation, opposed to a temporary living situation). 

Photographs Show Tori Spelling Driving and Hanging Out by the RV

For those who are finding it hard to believe that a former reality TV star who comes from an ultra-wealthy family and made millions on the hit show 90210 could be living out of an RV with five children, don’t worry – there’s photographic evidence. Mini-vacation or not, it’s clear her living situation isn’t getting any better.

The photos, obtained by Entertainment Tonight, show Tori Spelling driving the RV, unpacking supplies, and sitting in a folding lawn chair outside of the RV, which was parked in a campsite. She’s also wearing baggy clothes, ripped jean shorts, and sunglasses as she talks to a state park officer in one of the photos.

It has been quite a tumultuous past few months for Tori Spelling and her five children. Aside from her split with Dean McDermott, the mold infestation was causing a great deal of stress on their physical health – landing them all in the hospital on numerous occasions – reminding us of the danger mold presents. 

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Just a few weeks ago, Tori Spelling took to her Instagram Story to call out a local realtor for mocking her living situation – sharing a screenshot of a text conversation, in which the realtor was making rude comments. There seems to be turmoil at every corner Tori turns, but hopefully things improve soon!

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